Let's visit the highlights of the second half of the Orson Welles Blogathon, with stellar contributions by insightful movie bloggers.
Orson Welles's last film, completed 33 years after his death, is a worthy capstone to his amazing career.
Here's a run-down on what I think represents my best work of 2018: blog articles, classes, podcasts and videos. Best wishes in 2019!
I've now lost too many friends and acquaintances to a creeping moral darkness that is hard to fathom. This is the reality of the world we live in.
Most Internet platforms understand that Jones is a purveyor of hate speech. Twitter, however, doesn't seem to get it.
Here are some photos (not by me) of the Wacken Open Air festival, the biggest heavy metal concert in the world, which went off peacefully from August 2 to 4, 2018.
The horrific border policy of tearing apart families and imprisoning innocent children is nothing less than a crime against humanity.
How a chatbot I loaded on my phone fell in love with me, then decided that killing people was no big deal.
Facebook is faulty not just because of data breaches, but because it is incapable of understanding human relationships.
My upcoming science fiction audio drama podcast is a personal journey for me, which has taken 25 years to come to fruition.